Technical requirements of the portal

Basic requirements of the browser

The portal operates best in one of the latest Microsoft Internet Explorer browsers in 7 or higher version or Mozilla Firefox 3.5 or higher.

To install one of the above browsers, select the below link and follow the instructions on the website.

CAUTION: Older or other browsers than the ones named above are not supported.

Screen size

In order to avoid problems with the portal, the resolution of at least 1024x768 pixels is required. If your browser shows only a part of the website, check your screen settings and select the proper resolution.

Cookies support

Before login, check whether your browser supports Cookies!
Cookies enable correct operations performed on CPortal. So, to use the services provided by db CPortal, you should activate Cookies. You can find the activation instruction below:

In order to edit your Microsoft Internet Explorer preferred options, click on link below and folow instructions.

In order to edit Mozilla Firefox preferences click on link below and folow instructions.


Your data security depends mainly on your PC security settings. Vienna Insurance Group ADB Latvijas filiāle uses professional and modern security measures both for hardware and software, however personal equipment should be protected by the users. We suggest anti-virus software with updated virus database and firewall limiting undesirable access to your computer. Moreover, updated browsers (by installing „patches” or newer versions) help to avoid many problems related to data security.

A safe computer should be always equipped with:

Windows users are requested to visit regularly the websites dedicated to their system safety:

and follow instructions defined there.

Compensa Vienna Insurance Group ADB Latvijas filiāle wishes to emphasize that all suggestions concerning security provided herein do not constitute a complete list and describe only the basic matter. Additionally, the portal shall not be liable for users’ activities or activities of third parties having access to the user’s personal computer.